Tamara Dees

Tamara Dees, MSW, LCSW a New Mexico board approved supervisor for a variety of master's level clinicians including LMFT's, LMSW's, and LMHC's. With over 11 years of experience, Tamara strives to ensure both a challenging and affordable supervision to those who are looking to grow both clinically and emotionally in an effort to obtain their clinical license. Tamara graduated in 2009 from NMSU with her Masters in Social Work. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has experience working with a variety of clients who struggle with anxiety, depression, post-partum depression, bipolar disorder, substance abuse and PTSD. Tamara is trained and certified in EMDR and is experienced in working with complex trauma. With 7 years of work experience in an inpatient hospital and 4 years of outpatient experience, she is well seasoned in a variety of treatment modalities to ensure the best outcome based on your particular circumstances. She is committed to providing the highest quality mental health and addiction services to you and your family.

Chelsea Stockert

Chelsea Stockert, MSW, LCSW a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of New Mexico. She completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Wyoming and her Master's Degree in Social Work at New Mexico State University. Chelsea has experience working with individuals aged 18 and up, in both inpatient and outpatient settings. She has experience working with survivors and offenders of domestic violence as well as working with those who struggle with stress management, trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and substance abuse. She takes an eclectic approach in using several different theoretical perspectives and evidence-based therapeutic interventions to assist you in reaching your goals. Chelsea is dedicated to providing you with confidential support and guidance throughout the course of your growth and healing process.

Alexandra Wofford

Alexandra Wofford, MS, LPCC a University of the Southwest graduate graduating in 2016 with her Masters in Science emphasis Mental Health Counseling. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Alexandra began her career in mental health providing therapeutic services through a partial hospitalization program specializing in substance abuse and addiction services with co-occurring mental illnesses. She has experience in an inpatient hospital setting and outpatient setting working with clients struggling with anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, substance abuse and trauma-related disorders. Alexandra strives to maximize outcomes and provide genuine healing and wholeness through the use of several treatment modalities and evidence-based therapeutic interventions.

Evelyn Castro

Evelyn Castro, MSW, LCSW

... is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She completed her undergraduate degree in social work at Eastern New Mexico and received her Master’s of Social Work in 2013 from New Mexico State University. Evelyn has experience in domestic violence working with both victims and offenders in group and individual settings, address their trauma and/or crisis situations. She has experience with working with children from ages 4-18 individually and with their families in strengthening and developing the parent-child relationships. Evelyn has been trained in Circle of Security, a parenting program which focuses on the attachment between parent/s and child/ren. Finally, for the last two years she has been working in an inpatient behavioral health unit providing group and individual therapy.

Robin McClain

Robin McClain, LPCC an LPCC who graduated with a Masters in Counseling in 2005. Times of stress or issues in life can lead to feeling overwhelmed and lost. My passion is to assist clients in regaining a sense of control over their lives. Happy to serve couples and adults. Experience with military and their families.

Ana Rodriguez

Ana Rodriguez, MSSW, LCSW a Licensed Master Social Worker in the state of New Mexico. Her undergraduate degree from Middle Tennessee State University is in Sociology with an emphasis in Social Welfare and Gender Studies. She completed her Master of Science in Social Work at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Ana currently works as a social worker and therapist in a behavioral medicine unit and serves as the primary therapist working with active duty service members. Ana emphasizes a multicultural and integrative approach to counseling. She has experience working with those with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma-related disorders, and management of stress and times of transition. She has additional experience working with survivors of domestic violence. Ana utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, and other modalities to assist you in your journey to healing and wellness.

Michelle Tatum

Michelle Tatum, MS, MA, LPCC, LMHC a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in the state of New Mexico and has over 10 years of experience working in acute care hospitals and outpatient facilities. Michelle graduated in 2007 with her master’s in Counseling Psychology from Florida International University and obtained an additional master’s in Clinical Psychology from Fielding Graduate University in 2016. Michelle is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and will graduate Fall 2020. Michelle has lived and worked in Europe and West Africa and encourages a multicultural and creative approach to the counseling process. She has certifications in Trauma-Informed Care, Bereavement Counseling, and Domestic Violence Counseling. She enjoys assisting those with diagnoses of depression, anxiety, mood, and trauma-related disorders, and provides support during times of stress and adjustment. Michelle practices compassionate and evidence-based care and will guide you on your path toward emotional health and wellbeing.

Krystle Williams

Krystle Williams, MSW, LCSW a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She completed her Master’s in Social Work with a specialization in substance abuse counseling in 2009, followed by a Master’s in Communication with an emphasis in interpersonal communication in 2010. Krystle has practiced as a therapist to assist individuals and families regarding issues related to depression, anxiety, conflict management, domestic violence, mood disorders and substance abuse. Most recently Krystle has worked in the medical field assisting individuals and families to cope with complex medical issues, past and recent cancer diagnoses, grief and loss of loved ones, life course planning and crisis intervention. Krystle is dedicated to supporting any individual who is struggling with the complexity of life’s circumstances.

Katrina Engstrom

Katrina Engstrom, MSW, LCSW

... is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She completed her Masters of Social Work in 2014 from Western New Mexico State University. Katie has experience working with children ages 1 to18 individually, in groups and with parents/siblings/families as well as children in CPS foster care. Katie also has experience working in school based mental health programs that provide services to children who are severely emotionally disturbed, PTSD, ADHD, Intellectually disabled, Autism Spectrum disorders, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Conduct disorders, Depression, Anxiety, abuse and neglect, dual diagnosis, and more. Katie has been trained in Circle of Security Parenting program which focuses on building healthy relationships with children via boundaries, attachment and understanding the emotional needs of children.

Jeanne Goins

Jeanne Goins, LPCC

...has a Masters of Counseling and Educational Psychology degree from New Mexico State University. She has been working as a clinical counselor since 2011. She has worked as an individual, family and group therapist, Jeanne also has experience working in a clinical supervision position. She specializes in DBT therapy, trauma-informed care and motivational interviewing, and is consistently learning the latest in those methods through continuing education. Jeanne believes that providing a safe place where a client can feel empowered to self-actualize is an essential aspect of treatment, she strives to embody this ideology and create a space where this process is possible.

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